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As the aging process continues to dump a new layer of sand on the Nigerian socio-political shore with little or virtually nothing to show as evidence of socio-political maturity, it behooves all Nigerians to begin to realize the compelling need for collective action in nation-building.
Abandoning the task of nation-building into the
hands of a ‘select few’ who have little or no interest of the nation at heart is inimical to our national dream and destiny.
Though October 1 1960 may be an important day in Nigeria. But it is also a day most Nigerians do not appreciate because several unfortunate and unpleasant events have happened since Nigeria gained her so-called independence.
All the indices show that there is little or nothing
to celebrate after 50 years of our national life,
especially with the high level of poverty. Successive administration has failed to put Nigeria on the path of greatness, what they have done is cause the nation more harm with their bad policies and lack of vision for the country.
Despite the fact that our leaders have failed us in
time past, the citizens are yet to successfully throw corrupt and bad leaders out of government and power. The non-chalance of most Nigerians towards the issue of leadership which many has
alluded to as the bane of meaningful development in Nigeria is a deep problem for a country that has been revolving around the same circle for the last 51 years. The slow level of development since independence shows that good leaders must emerge at all levels of governance if the future of Nigeria must be secured.
OBASANJO REPLIES BABANGIDA- “A FOOL AT 40
IS A FOOL FOREVER”
Obasanjo said Babangida should bury his head in
shame for not coming up with a single power
project during his similar eight-year rule.
Meaning he knows how through the quote has always being stated.
When Nigeria did marked the golden jubilee “50” I flip back at my country at fourty “40” to checked what has happened from that moment till the year before this present one, yet and still the country didn’t even remain stagnate other than working backwards
Nigerians have had enough of self-inflicted woes.
Most Nigerians, the silent majority, have
stagnated between the rock and a hard place for
longer than necessary. In the same vein, not a few
Nigerians have chosen to stoop so low, and
perpetually travailed on the path of discord and
dishonor, while some others have chosen to
slump down the steep slope of despair and
despondency with no savior in sight. Systemic
corruption on one hand and cold complacency on
the other hand, has combined to deepen our
bandaged sores. Enough is enough!
Dr. Nomate Kpea and Dr. Terry Bagia take the
message of change to the heart of Ogoni
We as nigerian knows our problem; we don’t have to place our problems in braces,brackets or parentheses
ranging from the road,good food to power sector
we all know the failures of our leaders
its not just started now not today but since 1960
we guess the nation is at sleep; the best way to slove a problem is by facing it squarely and not shying away from it
what are we doing about it;are we just here to sitting and talk about it, or seek for solutions or fight for a better placement of things…?
Yes, we all know about the irresponsible government governing the responsible citizens but since we are still responsible for what paint the nation wear and the colours used to paint our nation by the outside world.
We can still wake from this unending sleep ;
Positive thinking can go a long way if we have to start with better ways of approaching issues
How are you helping the man next to you..?
Our leaders have failed us,let help make this failure stop here; don’t extend this to the next generation. Create a positive way of life for the young ones to follow.
The nation is on the bend, dont let it break,help straighten nigeria
We all have a role has a leader……………..
For Lagos to attain its maga city status as proposed by Government ,protecting the lives of pedestrains must top its agenda and be taken seriously ….
4 years after the Lagos State Government initiated the construction of 19 millennium footbridges in some areas in the Lagos metropolis under a public private partnership (PPP) the project appears to have suffered setback
only 4 and 8 on the high way out of the 19 footbridges expected to be constructed under memorandum of understanding ( MoU ) agreement with a construction firm DesignPlast Nigeria Limited more than 4yrs now
Interstingly,there are no visible sign of an preparedness on the part of the government or its partner to construct additional ones on d high ways.
NEW FOOTBRIDGE IN LAGOS
Just Areas like
onipanu,palm grove ,sanya b/stop n oshodi-Apapa express way was completed months back.
According to the MoU signed in february 8,2005
Designplast is to construct the footbridges at the following designateds places
Chalie Boy Bus-Stop,Gbagada
Tin Can Island Express Way
Lagos-Abeokuta Express Way
Alfred Rewane RD
Palm Grove Bus-Stop
Oshodi-Apapa Express Way
7-Up Bus-Stop on the Lagos -Ibadan Express Way
C&S Ayo Ni,Sanya;Coconut Berliet and Ijeshatedo,Abule Egba and Alaba II Bus-Stop on Badagy Express Way
The MoU endorsed by the state Government and the firm showed that part of the contract was that after the completion of the project the company would recoup its investment in 25years from the proceeds of advertisement on the footbridges….So what is stopping SAN BRF ?